Author Archive | Andy Meszaros


The Art of Evelyn Domján, a Visual Feast For Your Eyes!

On Saturday afternoon, September 9th, we gathered at the Museum for the opening of an amazing exhibit featuring the creative artwork of Evelyn Domján. It was a wonderful event, featuring George Kozmon’s in-person conversation with Michael Domján, Evelyn’s son, who joined us via Zoom from Austin, Texas. The story of Evelyn Domján and her husband Joseph came […]

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April 15th Program was well-received!

Mr. Marcin Zgiep, the presenter at our April 15th program, gave an excellent lecture which was very well-received by the audience. According to some of the feedback, it was “so well done, so clearly delivered, and so well organized “. The talk explained in such clear and poignant terms that the Polish Solidarity movement truly unflinchingly ripped the […]

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3rd program in Lecture Series examines Hungarian and Polish democratic revolutions.

Please join us at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, April 15th, for the 3rd program in our 2023 Spring Lecture Series! “Democratic revolutions in Authoritarian States: Analysis of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and the 1980 Polish Solidarity Movement”, Presented by Marcin Zgiep. Modern democracy is a Western (American, British or French) ideal which is […]

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We explored Nirvana on March 11th

We had a great turnout for Dr. János Nádas’s presentation on the subject of Nirvana. Dr. Nádas is the President of the Hungarian Association, a Cleveland-based Hungarian cultural organization that sponsors an annual Congress  which provides a forum for discussion of issues that impact Hungarian Americans. Most of our guests are familiar with his work within […]

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Well presented, well attended, well received!

Zsolt Máté, our speaker on February 11th, presented riveting details about the 1956 Hungarian revolution using various source materials from several presidential libraries, US Department of State archives, and oral histories.   His talk illuminated three divergent perspectives on the revolution:  Hungary’s expectations, the American governmental point of view, and the American Hungarian perspectives.  He situated […]

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